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Call for Chapter Proposals 2019 : Biometric Systems: Algorithms, Tools and Applications


When May 1, 2018 - Nov 1, 2018
Where Science Gate Publishing
Abstract Registration Due May 1, 2019
Submission Deadline Sep 1, 2019
Notification Due Oct 1, 2019
Final Version Due Nov 1, 2011
Categories    artificial intelligence   biometrics   pattern recognition   machine learning

Call For Papers

Call for Book Chapters

“Biometric Systems: Algorithms, Tools and Applications”

The development of smart city infrastructures, automation industries, advanced communication technologies and having a cashless society have facilitate people to become more interconnected than ever before. In this competitive world, security threats from hackers, malicious users and hard core criminals in terms of vulnerability of data by stealing secured information, identity thefts, cross-border vulnerability, terrorism, etc. are the main concerns in today’s society. To safeguard people from counterfeiting of identity and terrorism, biometrics systems play a crucial role where surveillance and identity checking could be made as regular practice and could be integrated with large infrastructures. Real life situations demand for a biometric system with high security and performance. An important way to improve the security and performance in biometric systems is biometric fusion. Multi-biometric system fuses multiple sources of biometric information. The purpose is to combine the evidences of complementary and non-correlated characteristics as much as possible for discriminating the information present in multi-biometric sources. The aim of this book is to present some unibiometrics and multibiometrics systems, which make use of different biometrics evidences. The book will provide up-to-date algorithms and theories used in human identification systems. The primary audience for the book includes faculty, graduate and research students, practitioners, independent researchers, developers, engineers, etc.

Topics of Interest
Original contributions, not currently under review to a journal or a conference, are solicited in relevant areas of Biometric Systems including, but not limited to, the following:

Face biometrics
Keystroke dynamics
Biometric sensors
Iris biometrics
Voice biometrics
Biometrics single sign on (SSO)
Gait biometrics
Signature recognition
Mobile biometrics
Fingerprint biometrics
Speaker recognition
Cloud based biometrics
Behavioral biometrics
Vein biometrics
Biometric datasets
Retina biometrics
Biometric systems’ evaluation metrics

Instructions for Authors
The initial chapter proposal should be maximum 2 pages
The length of the final book chapter should be maximum of 24 pages
The language of the book chapter is English
No specific formatting guidelines are requested
The chapter proposal should be submitted in PDF format
The article processing and publication charges are in accordance with the
publisher’s regulations
Please read the instructions for authors provided by the publisher
A free hardcopy of the Edited book will be sent by post to the author(s) of each
contributed chapter
All chapters should be submitted to, with subject
“Biometric Systems”

Important Dates

01 May, 2019 Chapter Proposal Submission (max. 2 pages)
01 June, 2019 Decision Notification
01 September 2019 Full Chapter Submission
01 October, 2019 Notification of Reviews
01 November, 2019 Final Submission
01 December, 2019 Notification of Proofs
15 December, 2019 Online Publication

Guest Editors

Dr. Dakshina Ranjan Kisku

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, A-Zone, M. G. Avenue, Durgapur – 713209, West Bardhaman, West Bengal, India.


Short CV: Dr. Dakshina Ranjan Kisku is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India. Dr. Kisku has more than 90 scientific articles to his credit published in refereed conferences, journals and edited books. He has co-authored and edited four books on biometrics systems, homeland security and healthcare biometrics. He is a recipient of the IEI Young Engineers Award, Outstanding Scientist Award, Outstanding Reviewer Award, IEI-FCRIT Excellence Award, IEEE Travel Award, Albert Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award, Sir Visvesvaraya Young Faculty Research Fellowship, Italian Ministry of Research Fellowship, etc. Dr. Kisku is a Senior Member of IEEE (USA) and member of ACM and SPIE.

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